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to the deep south. >> dallas sizzle as the 105. kansas city, 99. indianapolis, 95. 90s from new orleans to new york. 70s in pacific northwest. 83 in sacramento. and 90 in salt lake city. >>> coming up on this thursday, super bugs. a new threat from deadly bacteria that are resistant to drugs. >>> and iowa under water, some of the worst flooding. >>> and the mainstay of the sunday funnies about to say farewell. 's great new taste? today is your tast lucky day! sure, why not? isn't this the yogurt that, you know.../ helps regulate your digestive system. ooh, i think i'll pass., no, no, no! trust me.. it is beyond tasokay! mmm! wow! i can't believe it, i love it! new best tasting mmm,activia ever!ly good!/ taste it, love it, or it's free! ♪ activia to finish what you started today. for the aches and sleeplessness in between, there's new motrin pm. no other medicine, not even advil pm, is more effective for pain and sleeplessness. new motrin pm. is more effective for pain and sleeplessness. ♪ [ instrumental: uphey, max. [ announcer ] your dog's one of a kind. and now, you have the power... [ g
problems at 71 degrees at the harbor school indianapolis. hour by hour forecast takes us to 87 by the lunch hour and a mostly sunny afternoon with our two degree guarantee around 4:00 p.m. of 92 degrees. another summer day tomorrow and a cooldown by the end of the weekend. here's kim brown with a look at the traffic. hey, kim. >> reporter: police just got that debris cleared out of the outer loop areas. it caused several drivers to have flat tires so still keep your eyes open as you travel through the area. still working one crash. aside from that, we're looking good traffic wise. megan, back to you. >>> it's been labeled a hate crime talking about vandalism as city police meet with neighbors. they are now looking for at least two suspects who may have been caught on tape. linda so joins us in the studio with more this morning. linda? >> reporter: police have video of the suspects that shows two juveniles vandalizing several vans in the park heights community. police updated people at a meeting at the jewish community center. over the weekend, swastikas and other hate-related messages were
york near buffalo and rochester, extends down south of indianapolis and near st. louis missouri. now this front is going to act on the heat we have in place and high humidity. we have a heat advisory this afternoon. where 95 could feel like over 100 in many spots. the humidity drops behind that front. that's going to spawn storms that could turn severe this afternoon. 95 our two-degree guarantee. the heat advisory means it'll feel like over 100. risk of severe weather after 3:00 this afternoon. it settles down, we clear out overnight. 72. we'll start off muggy in the morning and drop the humidity in the afternoon. still hot though with a high of 92. check on the roads right now, here's alexis. >> thanks, justin, we're getting reports of an accident on the inner loop. use caution approaching that ramp. elsewhere around the beltway, we're seeing increased volume. looking at our cameras right now. liberty road, inner and outer loops, starting smoothly right now. be careful, could get congestion quickly. elsewhere, we have some, on the west side of the beltway again. drive times right no
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of them however in virginia. meanwhile, there are reports he may also be a suspect in indianapolis. >>> family and friends are remembering a fairfax teen who was electrocuted. a vigil was held last night. he was killed on tuesday night after being shocked by a high tension power line. he was about to start his senior year at fairfax high school. he was only 17 years old. >>> prince william county schools will not hire new teachers for now. they wanted to hire 180 new workers. they stopped the measure because they hadn't seen the money or approved the proposal. they passed a $249 million spending bill. >>> your time is 11:08. glenn beck is holding a rally at the lincoln memorial. the coming up, why it's draws criticism, protests and questions about his intentions. >>> also coming up, after two negative housing report this is week, we look at the health of the local housing market and our economy. >> sit down! i'm not a dude! >> and baltimore police come down hard on an >>> it has been a dismal economic week. there are more signs the recovery is stalling. new home sales fell to the s
dent at the indianapolis motor speedway. >> a motorcycle racer killed and he was just 13 years old. we'll plain how it happened. >>> he is no tiger woods but this golfer certainly has a sure shot on the green. find out why he is feeling pretty lucky this morning. [ male announcer ] have something you love doing? cheerios could be your ticket to do it. big time. you could win a once in a lifetime chance to live your passion by choosing from t never-dreamed-possible prizes. from a customized v.i.p. vacation, to a hollywood red carpet experience, to cooking with a celebrity chef, and more. find details on specially marked boxes of cheerios. why cheerios? because whatever you love doing, you'll need a healthy heart to do it. ♪ >>> a promising career cut tragically short at the indianapolis motor speedway. a 1-year-old motorcycle racer died on sunday. peter lenz fell off his bike during a warm-up lap and then was run over by another young motorcycle driver. other racers fielded questions about the size of the bike that he was riding. >> that is not like a bike too big for him. this is our
at indianapolis speedway. we'll have an exclusive interview with two fans who witnessed the tragic crash. >>> and hollywood's big night. ♪ no place left to hide >> the membemmys honor some new faces, along with new ones. we're backstage "early" this faces, along with new ones. we're backstage "early" this monday morning, august 30, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> it is a gorgeous late august morning here in northeast. everyone in new york has left. they're trying to have one last couple of minute -- >> last day of summer. >> that's right. >> i'm harry smith. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. >> we'll get you the latest from chile. new video again from those guys down there and how they're doing. and how they're getting by down there as they wait to be rescued. the rescue tunnel/shaft, they're supposed to start digging it today. all the latest in a bit. >> an inspiring there and an inspiring story here. a subway motor man is being called a hero. a woman fell on the subway tracks this weekend. as his train was pulling n he slams on the brakes, stops just in the knick of time. we'll talk to him i
when stevie wonder put out a cd, i said, i want to know the name of an indianapolis. you use in -- an instrument you use in one of the songs. >> he called and my sister answered and she said who was that and i told her and she was like, stevie wonder. >> and rick james, he was completely out of control! i mean, crazy! i mean, unbelievable, i remember, he came in and took like, hundreds and hundreds of dollar bills and threw them on the desk. it was like, i made it, i made it! unbelievable. >> and it's such a contrast to what you're doing now. and seriously, you're known worldwide for it it's great, smooth jazz. >> we, the stuff i was writing for motown, it was similar. the first song that i had recorded was a gal called angie. that was one of the first, well, smooth jazz before they called it that. that was similar in style. a combination of jazz, pop and soul. >> it tells a story. >> i want to point out, there's the new disk. saturday night, ram's head in annapolis. >> and annapolis, maryland. it's going to be the east coast dropping the cd party. >> and saturday and worldwi
for some college students at indianapolis. this was today's assignment for a group of forensic students. the class is called investigating post blast crime scenes. after the cars blow up, students face a challenge of piecing them back together and finding what caused the explosion. >>> you can find the next story under, boy, did he have had coming. he is an inebriated man in florida. check out this call he made to 911. >> this is 911. >> i need -- i need a -- i need a ride. >> you need a ride? >> yes. to the liquor store. >> oh, i don't think so, dude. now, that was his first call to 911. after he did it a second time, police went to his motel room and gave him a warning. do it again and you'll get a ride all right. you guessed it. he dialed. and officers gave him a ride straight to central booking. >>> are you feeling at all annoyed, a bit irritated? we're asking because washington dc has just been ranked the third most irritating city in america. this is according to spurling's best places. that is a research firm. we sent alex to find out what gets on people's nerves. >> you can walk
: from des moines to milwaukee, indianapolis to chicago, it's been a week of heat, humidity and heavy rain. >> you can call this the summer of the heat wave. outside of southern california this could go down as the top five hottest summer for many cities. >> reporter: in ames, iowa, the city is without clean running water after flooding. the weather channel's janelle cline is there. >> massive flooding closed interstates, swept cars off roads, even killed a 16-year-old girl. >> reporter: while in chicago, another problem -- a mosquito population explosion. and the dragonflies that eat them. >> they're all over. just like a swarm of what you would imagine locusts. >> reporter: back here in d.c., forecasters say this is likely to go down as one of the hottest summers on record, following record snowfall over the winter. climatologists say it is linked to global warming. ann, back to you. >> all right. tom costello, thanks. >>> now back to the war in afghanistan. nearly 7 of 10 people think the war will not end successfully for the united states. that number presents a major challenge fo
on i-80 from detroit to albuquerque. and on i-75 from pittsburgh to indianapolis. wet on each end on i-95 and on i-10 along the gulf coast. flash flooding on i-15, 25 and 40 in the rockies. >> if you are flying today, expect airport delays in denver, chicago, detroit, new york, philadelphia, washington and new orleans. >>> and now, to the latest warning about dietary supplements. americans shelled out $27 billion on them last year. but "consumer reports" has just singled out 12 ingredients said to be linked to a string of health problems, from cancer to kidney damage. here, now, is lisa stark. >>> reporter: dietary supplements are a booming business. 150 million americans take them, but now a warning from "consumer reports" about ingredients that may hurt, not help. >> with the dozen supplements that we've identified, we think it's all risk and no benefit. >> reporter: what the magazine calls the dirty dozen are marketed for everything from weight loss to coughs to anxiety and depression and a host of other ailments. but "consumer reports" says each can have serious side effects. >> li
in indianapolis. he told them that the american role in iraq is certainly changing. >> politics and not war has broken out in iraq. now, i certainly don't need to tell that you politics isn't always pretty, even our own. but the hard work of forming a new government is well under way. >> he also told the convention not to buy the argument that the war in afghanistan is a failure saying now we have the right general and right number of forces to get the job done. >>> tiger woods is now officially divorced. he and his wife had been married for five years. their union began to unravel last november when woods crashed his suv outside the couple's home in florida sparking a month-long saga that revealed that woods had had multiple affairs. no details were released except they will share parenting of their two children. >>> we now have a new miss universe. miss mexico was crowned the winner. she beat out more than 80 other contestantss in the pageant held in las vegas. miss yam ache awon first runner- up and second runner-up went to miss australia. >>> a consumer alert concerning that growing egg rec
a deadly shooting in indianapolis. a masked man armed with a high- powered rifle opened fire at a birthday barbecue. the gunman fired in the street and was last seen speeding away in a car. >>> a new york city panel has denied landmark status to a building near ground zero. the 9-0 vote clears the way for the property to be converted in to an islamic community center and mosque. many say the mosque disrespects the memory of the september 11 september 11th victims but mayor bloomberg supports the idea. >>> next when the news continues a woman tied up during a violent home invasion manages to type for help use -- using her feet. her incredible story is next. you want to stick around for that. here's howard. >>> stick around for live doppler 9000 hd because it is all it will up with showers and storms heavy rain-making ones, as well. we will have the forecast when 9 news now returns. get a free quote at progressive.com. >>> you know the show that's incredible, well this is an incredible story from atlanta. someone broke in to a woman's home on tuesday morning. the armed masked bandit ransacke
. >>> stunning allegations about a police officer in indianapolis, indiana. investigators say the officer's blood alcohol level was .15 19. more than twis the legal limit. the officer now faces charges. they believe someone should have known he was drunk. >>> in tonight's healthwatch report, growing concerns about a new gene that allows any bacteria to become a super bug. it's already widespread in india, where cosmetic surgery is expected. experts fear they could spread the bug, which is resistant to nearly all forms of antibiotics. >> and katie couric has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. >>> there's a glimmer of hope for peace. and bringing people together instead of pulling them apart. where is it? find out tonight only on the cbs evening news. >>> and here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,, well, you sure are smiling. i just heard about our new low fares. how low are they? they're really low. how are they gonna get any lower than our regular fares? our regular fares are already so low. we should ask bobby. hey
convention in indianapolis tomorrow and speak about the administration's efforts to strengthen the auto industry at a chrysler plant in toledo. >>> also tomorrow, dr. conrad murray is due back in court. michael jackson's former doctor is facing involuntary manslaughter charges for allegedly giving jackson the anesthetic that killed him. murray denied any wrongdoing. >>> floridians head to the polls on tuesday. the primary election will decide which republican runs for governor and which democrat takes on governor charlie crist and marco rubio for a seat in the senate. >>> a guilty verdict on one of 24 charges in the rod blagojevich trial. but the case against the outspoken former governor is far from over. prosecutors are vowing to retry the case. so where does it go from here? fox news sunday has an exclusive interview with blagojevich. we'll have a preview of it when we return. ceusme since i've br derby for the last three years, i'm more brash, more confident and i love this. can i use my hands? is that alright? i take good care of my body and i do it so i can do this. [ male announ
approaching buffalo, approaching indianapolis with showers and storms ahead of it. upper level winds are fairly strong on top of this. we will watch the front come through. showers and storms, here we are at 5:00 this afternoon. some strong to severe through this evening. by 9:00 down to our south now this will be pulling through the front any way, overnight. the drier air filters in for friday and with us much of the weekend as well as temperatures will drop off a bit but i want to caution you to watch out for the storms this afternoon. our seven-day forecast, 90s today. well in to the 90s. upper 90s with enough sun. storms. tomorrow, drier and 92. nice over the weekend and high heat upper to mid-90s on monday, tuesday and wednesday. >> angie goff has the latest traffic. >> a couple of problems out there. look at the big picture. overall a good amount of people are getting a head start on their commute. seeing volume early on. begin with the big problem here at good hope road. it is closed at southeast dc because of police activity. use mlk junior avenue and take it to 25th to get t
in indianapolis for its 111th national convention. vice president biden is expected to discuss the withdrawal of u.s. forces in iraq. he'll also address the obama administration's commitment to serving veterans. >>> a project leader who wants to put a mosque near ground zero says he would consider another site. the debate brought out hundreds to the proposed location in new york yesterday. supporters say the project emphasizes religious freedom, and organizers should not have to consider another location. others say the mosque would be too close to ground zero. they also argue it would be insensitive to families of 9/11 victims. >> we are concerned that he may be putting a symbol of triumph, a symbol of having vanquished america in the 9/11 attacks, and a symbol of power right here at ground zero. we don't want it. >> it's about humanity. it's about live and let live. >> the proposed project would include an islamic center and a mosque as well as a memorial to the 9/11 victims. a "time" magazine poll shows more than 60% of americans oppose the idea. >>> today more concerns about a company linked t
indianapolis down to new orleans, houston, columbia, south carolina. we're talking about dangerous heat, heat warnings, heat advisories, upper level high. we have a cold front and we also have the jet stream way to the north but the cold front dips down as does the jet stream so that brings relief. temperatures will feel like 111 in st. louis. 109 in tulsa. 103 in cincinnati but by friday that front drops down and we get a little relief down to 87 in cincinnati. 91 in st. louis. little rock will feel a little cooler with the temperature of 97. >> we will see some scattered showers and thunderstorms off and on as we head to the day today. it will be a muggy day. high temperatures and the low 90s. ♪ somebody call 911 >>> this morning on "today's money 911" advice for your financials. jean chatzky, the author of "money 911," dylan ratigan the host of "the dylan ratigan show" on msnbc, and sharon epperson, cnbc's financial correspondent. we have tamron hall outside fielding questions and infecting the crowd. so good morning, everybody. are you all ready? >> ready to go. >> we have melissa stand
breast buds was a little alarming. >> reporter: but she's visiting from indianapolis. her grandmother was also concerned so they took the 6- year-old to see an endocrinologist who took a bone scan and is referring the little girl to the mayo clinic. >> they did some lab work testing the glands. they did check the pa true taker gland. >> reporter: the study found breast development at the age of 7 in 10% of the white girls surveyed, 23% of the black girls and 15% of hispanic girls. dr. gail bland at howard university hospital says it could mean trouble for young girls down the line. >> early cases of breast cancer, uterine cancer. these are things that people are thinking that this may be a problem later on in life. >> reporter: why the young girls are developing early is a mystery to the experts but there are a lot of theories. >> one being that the girls are heavier now. two, maybe the environment that we're living in. >> reporter: in addition to concerns that overweight children are more predisposed to early puberty, some researchers are speculating that chemicals used on lawns and
on the republican live from indianapolis. you are on the air. caller: yes, this is bill. from indianapolis. i called you the other day about this young man talking to you on the phone. he calls in all the time. he is a republican, he is a democrat, he is an independent, he is from 15 different towns up he is from 15 different towns up in michigan, he tells you different -- 15 different names. he sounds like a very intelligent man but how can you believe anything he says when he calls with 15 different names, 15 different cities in michigan and he calls all the time and you guys just let them, let him, let him. host: bill, i know it is a -- not a perfect system. we are working on it and have tried to identify the caller. obviously he puts a lot of effort in getting past the system that we set up to catch people who call in before 30 days. we need to allow 30 days between the phone calls. i am going to go to paul, independent line, orlando, florida. caller: good morning, greta. i love c-span. i am a c-span junkie. but i am calling -- bill is spot on. i hear people calling this thing i have been trying
the numbers go probably to triple digits. indianapolis gets to 96. it will feel like 100 to 119 in most of the country. yep, that's august. >> coming >> coming up in the next half hour, we'll look at some activity in the tropics, george. >> okay, sam, thank you very much. >>> first lady michelle obama and daughter sasha are back home at the white house after a five-day trip from spain that has drawn flak for being who extravaga extravagant. yunji de nies covered it. >> reporter: sasha gave her father a belated birthday hug after a whirlwind tour of southern spain. just hours earlier, mother and daughter met with the spanish king and queen for a lunch of fresh seafood and veal. for five days, they shopped and saw the sights, all under the crush of crowds. this girls' getaway wasn't cheap. these hotel rooms run from $400 to nearly $7,000 a night. the white house said the obamas paid their own way, but their security is covered by american taxpayers. some estimates put that cost at $2 have the,000. >> if they were mrs. bush, screaming would be heard everywhere. >> this is completely overhy
, to chicago, all the way to indianapolis. these are 75-mile-per-hour storms. these are big thunderstorms, carrying lots and lots of rain. this can really be a problem. obviously, on your drive in this morning, but anytime during the day today. the other big weather story today. this is serious heat >>> and we are gearing up for another hot day. the daytime highs will make it into the mid to upper 80's. tonight it will cool down to the upper 60's. still energized from that little discussion, robin. all that weather was brought to you by dairy queen. robin? >> thinking about that. just breathe. thanks, sam. >>> next, a new consumer alert about supplements. could they be harmful to your health? well, max, first day... moh-ohm. -do you have your lunch? -yes. and you know where your classroom is? uh huh. mom, i can walk from here. what about your... mom, i got it. ♪ [ female announcer ] they're never too big for a little something sweet. kellogg's rice krispies treats. long summer days, and not enough sleep. what i wouldn't do for a do-over. [ female announcer ] new neutrogena® clinical sk
 >>> a tragic accident at the indianapolis motor speedway. a 13-year-old motorcycle racer was killed during warm-ups. he fell off his bike on sunday. he was run over by another young racer. accident is now under investigation. lance was the youngest racer ever killed at this track. he is the first death at the speedway since indy car driver tony rana was killed in testing in 2003. >>> as ty trend doctors call disturbing. the number of emergency room injuries with teen athletes involving concussions has increased. the journal of pediatrics said awareness to head injuries and increased intensity in kid's sports are factors. they say kids who suffer from head injuries should get evaluated and never return to sports until headaches are gone. >>> a maryland teenager has set a state fair sale record. jimmy full from mount airy sold his 1300-pound grand champion steer for nearly $25,000. the last record holder sold his steer last year for over $9,000. he's a student and plans to hut the money toward his education. >>> it's now coming up on 8:27. >> and if you're looking for a job, stay tuned. in the ne
troops in iraq and progress in afghanistan in a speech in indianapolis today. the address to the veterans of foreign wars comes as david patraeus says they're turning the tide in afghanistan and americans end their operations in iraq. >> we're going home. we won. it's over. >> reporter: the uplifting images out of iraq late last week are unlike most images of war. smiling soldiers preparing to head homeward are a sharp contrast to the news out of afghanistan. two members of a force were killed on monday. 44 international troops have died there this month, including 29 americans. this, as afghan president hamad karzai plans to reach out to the taliban. >> afghan will be ready to talk to those taliban powers who belong to afghanistan and not part of al-qaeda. >> reporter: senator lindsey graham has just returned from afghanistan. although graham has battled the president's idea of setting a date for troop withdrawal there, he now said he could see an end to u.s. involvement. >> after this trip, i think we can transition some areas of afghanistan to afghan control. i have seen progress i had
and the indianapolis colts won that team's first super bowl championship in 36 years. many sports analysts credit their victory to the effective leadership style of coach tony dunni dungy. in his new book tony dungy reveals the philosophy for success on and off the football field. this book -- in your book you write in the 2007 indianapolis colts, quote, was not necessarily the most talented team you had ever coached but was the team that came together best. what kind of leadership did you feel you needed to impart to this team to get the most out of them? >> well, i really felt like it was just pulling everybody together, getting everybody going in the same direction and believing in each other. that can be done a lot of ways. my way was just to really encourage and tell the guys what we could do and that team embraced it more than anyone i had. >> and, in fact, coach chuck noll of the pittsburgh steelers, a player, assistant coach, you said his philosophy was that -- his idea of your job was to help your team be better. >> and that is really the message behind this book. i think sometimes as le
's the best way to describe it. >> this is the indianapolis attorney that represented many of the victims in civil suits against the archdiocese of barl said more than 15 years after he was convicted, the details are still chilling. >> this man has raped and threatened so many kids over such a long period of time, that i mean, their lives are absolutely distraught. >> in 1995, merzbacher a former catholic school teacher in south baltimore was convicted to life in prison for sexually abusing one of his students, liz murphy. since being in prison, the criminal argued that his lawyer -- merzbacher argued that his attorney didn't advise him of a plea bargain that was offered. the federal judge agrees and thinks he can be released. >> is there a judge on the circuit court of baltimore city who would have honored that particular plea bargain then? >> on friday after the ruling was announced, 11 news talked with murphy who is said she is furious over the decision. >> i can't live with myself if i don't know that i've done everything that's in my power to make sure that this man never sees the li
a greater understanding. >>> vice president joe biden will be in indianapolis today to address the withdrawal of u.s. troops in iraq. american forces are scheduled to end combat operations this month. the last combat unit left the country last week. vice president biden will speak before the veterans of foreign wars, 11th national convention and discuss the obama administration's commitment to serving veterans. >>> a woman forced to resign other miscon trued remarks about race could be ready to accept a job offer. shirley sherrod has a meeting scheduled for tomorrow. she spoke at an event on saturday. last month a blogger posted an edited portion of her remarks online seemingly making her comments to appear racist. the entire statement was a lesson about overcoming racism. after first condemning her remarks the agriculture department offered sherrod a position with the office of advocacy and outreach. >>> today nationals rookie strasburg will learn the results of an mri on his forearm. the manager and training staff immediately pulled strasburg from the game. the initial diagno
can call it that, of a man in indianapolis. his friends said -- look at it go! that's going to get to you school pretty quickly. why would he do this, you ask? that's the question that's going through your mine right now. well, he says, fis, because it's pretty cool. but it will teaches kids a lesson. that jets are hot -- the bus is, too. drugs are not. >> jets are hot and they should drive that way? i don't know. >> that's pretty funny to watch a school bus going that quickly. >> it's pretty cool. >>> same-sex couples in california five days away from being able to marry again. the opposition has just enough time to appeal. >>> that story coming up, and don't just skim through your friend's pictures on facebook. find out how can you actually use the popular social network to visit that friend in person. ten minutes after the hour. >>> come canning up on 13 minutes after the hour on this friday, the 13th. five days interest now, same-sex couples in california could be tying knot again. celebrations erupted yesterday after a federal judge announced the state's ban on day marriage ca
is joining us from indianapolis on the independent line, good morning. caller: good morning, thank you for accepting my call. my question was pertaining to the privacy. if they're worried about our privacy, then why is it that the consumer has to go out and purchase the cookies or whatever else it is to keep them from going in our background? to me, it just doesn't seem right to be on the computer, go in, and somebody retrieving all of my personal information, because i guarantee, out of their "transparency" i can't do that with the corporations and find out how much money the executives are making. my question is why is it that the consumer has to go out and purchase these things for their computer? host: thank you. caller: thank you. guest: well, i'm not sure you need to purchase anything. almost everything we're talking about is free. for instance, if you want to download some free software that blocks tracking, you can do that, or you can look for free at some of these transparency websites that will tell you a little bit what they know about you. i agree that this value exchange t
he was heading to indianapolis, indiana, and that's where he was from. he didn't have enough money to get there. >> did he seem -- you offered him, ron, a job doing some odd jobs around the church, i think pulling some weeds and cleaning up some hoses. you were going to pay him $40. did he seem grateful for the opportunity? >> yeah, he told me he was out of money and so i offered a job for him, so he mowed the grass and brought the weed whacker out and did a bunch of the work around the church. i paid him, he took the money and like any good pastor i talked about tithing and he wanted to tithe off the $40. >> and i know eventually your suspicions raised to the point where you did call law enforcement as did another parishioner who apparently recognized him from the news. he was planning to come back and perhaps do some more work the next day and that's when he was arrested. he was arrested with a handgun. you now know a little bit more about his background. have you stopped to think about what could have been had he come back to that church? >> yeah, i sure have. i thought of all t
of some of our p.t.a. families here today in the audience. officer dave stokes of the indianapolis police department who understands what this -- of the annapolis police department who understands what this will mean to the safety of our towns and we are joined by children who are examples of our future leaders and innovators and the clearest example of what we need to support, president kennedy called them our greatest resource and hope for the future. i would like to thank the children and families here today, give yourselves a nice round of applause. today, again, we will create over 300,000 jobs, or save them, not just any jobs but jobs that are the most significant in our country. the sense of community that our teachers, our police and firefighters, our health care workers bring and we will do in it a fiscally responsible way by closing costly tax loopholes that allow corporations to ship american jobs overseas. this is part of what our distinguished majority leader, mr. hoyer, called our make it in america agenda. make it, manufacture it in america and make it, so people can make i
has not been identified. >>> the death of a 13-year-old on the indianapolis motor speedway is sparking debate about how young is too young for racers to be competing on one of the world's best-known tracks. motorcycle racer peter lenz died sunday after falling off his bike and getting run over by another cycle driven by a 12-year-old. >>> a tragic accident in ecuador sunday when a bus ran off a highway and overturned killing 38 people and injuring a dozen others. police believe a driver fell asleep, although the cause of the crash is still under investigation. >>> a volcano in western indonesia that has been dormant for mour than four centuries is erupting today. people living on the slopes of mt. sinabung. >>> the comic book superhero was arrested today in sydney after scaling a building with his barehands. robaire is known forri climbing the tallest buildings without ropes or equipment. it is 8:04. back now to al in los angeles. >>> it's a pleasant morning on this monday morning, back to work and school. i'm meteorologist tom kierein. right now, sunshine, temperatures are beginning t
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